Shahram Hadian on End of the Age with Irvin Baxter

True Goal of Islam & The Threat of Shari’ah Law in America

Shahram Hadian of The TIL Project

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284455_241160569251055_232279200139192_805723_3588116_n-4A Christian pastor and former Muslim, Shahram Hadian travels around the nation speaking on critical issues facing us as Americans.


Two things have become abundantly clear to Hadian – people are tired of political correctness, and people are ready to hear the truth. This reality demonstrates the need for courageous leaders in all spheres of our society, particularly within our government, who are willing to speak the truth and stand for our foundational principles.


Shahram experienced a transformational life change 15 years ago when he committed his life to Jesus Christ.


When he became a Christian, he immediately faced persecution and disapproval from his family and culture. According to the teachings of Islam, his conversion means that he is an “apostate” and deserves to be killed.


In spite of this opposition, Shahram persevered, enrolled in Bible College, and has been a Christian pastor for the last ten years. He graduated from Puget Sound Christian College with a Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry.


Shahram’s heart is to awaken America and especially people of faith to the true goal and agenda of Islam. In his presentations, he shares the fact that Islam is a political ideaology focused on establishing oppressive Islamic Law (Shari’ah) in every country, including America. Shahram outlines why Islam is the greatest threat to peace, and practically outlines Shari’ah Law.


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He will be on Irvin’s broadcast (video available online ONLY) Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at 3:00 PM Central. Be sure to tune in by clicking the button below.


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